MSS Software has a variety of trade show scanner rentals that can be used for scanning barcodes and badges at events, shows and conventions. We rent trade show scanners for use with computers or devices such as Win CE, IOS, Android and smart phones.
Ready to Go Right Out of the Box
Our trade show scanner rentals are ready to go right out of the box. We will assist you in choosing the right barcode scanner model for you needs and budget. MSS Software offers:
- On-time deliveries
- Complete setups
- Economical pricing
These scanners are available for rent or purchase. They allow exhibitors to scan badges and collect leads, which can then be downloaded onto a computer. All barcode equipment come with extra batteries, download cables, docks, chargers and complete instructions on how to use them. Communications software is also available if needed. Uploaded data is in standard comma delimited file format, .csv file format or .txt files--you decide.
Lead Retrieval Scanners
Our trade show scanners rent for only $150 per week per reader. We also provide accessories such as batteries, battery chargers, communication cables and docks at no extra charge.
We get your trade show scanners to you on time and without hassle. You can schedule your shipment of scanners, so you don't have to wait on equipment.
If you need a standard lead retrieval program, we have it. If you need something a little more custom or special then we can program it quickly. We've written literally thousands of barcode reader programs, so we know what most people are looking for.
For Exhibitors- 1D vs 2D Barcodes
An important thing to know before you decide to rent a scanner/reader is what kind of barcode your trade show will be using on their badges. This is important because it helps us find the best scanner for your needs.
1D barcoded badges usually contain a combination of numbers and letters that relates to a database records which contains all the information of that person (for example, ABC123). It is similar to a license plate which has numbers and letters on it and has no meaning in and of itself, except when the license number is used to look up your information in your database record. This type of barcode would have no value for someone that has no access to the database record and would be meaningless.
On the other hand, a 2D barcode can contain the complete database record and when it is scanned it is like being connected to that database record. This kind of badge can be useful to exhibitors because they can scan the barcode and capture the full name, address, email, phone, etc. into the barcode reader and then transfer this data into a spreadsheet for later mailings and other marketing activities.
The following images are examples of the different barcodes.
If you have further questions about our rental services, check out Frequently Asked Questions, or call us at 800-428-8643.